Indian Badminton Player Ashwini Ponnappa Family Photos

Ashwini Ponnappa is an Indian badminton player. Ashwini Ponnappa was born on September 18, 1989 to parents MA Ponnappa (Father) & Cauvery Ponnappa (Mother). Her father, M.A. Ponnappa, who works at the Reserve Bank of India, played hockey for Karnataka. Her mother, Cauvery Ponnappa, is employed with New India Insurance. Ashwini Ponnappa have an younger brother named Appanna Ponnappa, who is a engineering student in Bangalore.

Indian Badminton Player Ashwini Ponnappa

Ashwini Ponnappa completed her schooling in St. Francis Xavier's Girl's High School, Bangalore and she graduated (B.Com) from St. Mary's College, Hyderabad. She works as a grade one assistant with the Oil and Natural Gas Commission (ONGC).

INDIAN BADMINTON PLAYER ASHWINI PONNAPPA FAMILY PHOTOS (SPORTS CELEBRITIES FAMILY PHOTOS)

Indian Badminton Player Ashwini Ponnappa with Parents Father MA Ponnappa (Dad), Mother Cauvery Ponnappa (Mom) & Younger Brother Appanna Ponnappa (Indian Badminton Player Ashwini Ponnappa Family Pics)

Indian Badminton Player Ashwini Ponnappa with Mother Cauvery Ponnappa (Mom) (Indian Badminton Player Ashwini Ponnappa Family Pics)

Indian Badminton Player Ashwini Ponnappa with Younger Brother Appanna Ponnappa (Indian Badminton Player Ashwini Ponnappa Family Pics)

Indian Badminton Player Ashwini Ponnappa with Parents Father MA Ponnappa (Dad), Mother Cauvery Ponnappa (Mom) & Younger Brother Appanna Ponnappa (Indian Badminton Player Ashwini Ponnappa Family Pics)

Indian Badminton Player Ashwini Ponnappa with Parents Father MA Ponnappa (Dad), Mother Cauvery Ponnappa (Mom) & Younger Brother Appanna Ponnappa (Indian Badminton Player Ashwini Ponnappa Family Pics)

Indian Badminton Player Ashwini Ponnappa Parents Father MA Ponnappa (Dad) & Mother Cauvery Ponnappa (Mom) (Indian Badminton Player Ashwini Ponnappa Family Pics)

Indian Badminton Player Ashwini Ponnappa Mother Cauvery Ponnappa (Mom) (Indian Badminton Player Ashwini Ponnappa Family Pics)

Indian Badminton Player Ashwini Ponnappa Father MA Ponnappa (Dad) (Indian Badminton Player Ashwini Ponnappa Family Pics)

Indian Badminton Player Ashwini Ponnappa with Younger Brother Appanna Ponnappa (Indian Badminton Player Ashwini Ponnappa Family Pics)

Indian Badminton Player Ashwini Ponnappa with Mother Cauvery Ponnappa (Mom) (Indian Badminton Player Ashwini Ponnappa Family Pics)

Indian Badminton Player Ashwini Ponnappa Parents Father MA Ponnappa (Dad) & Mother Cauvery Ponnappa (Mom) (Indian Badminton Player Ashwini Ponnappa Family Pics)

Indian Badminton Player Ashwini Ponnappa Parents Father MA Ponnappa (Dad) & Mother Cauvery Ponnappa (Mom) (Indian Badminton Player Ashwini Ponnappa Family Pics)

Indian Badminton Player Ashwini Ponnappa Mother Cauvery Ponnappa (Mom) (Indian Badminton Player Ashwini Ponnappa Family Pics)

Indian Badminton Player Ashwini Ponnappa Parents Father MA Ponnappa (Dad), Mother Cauvery Ponnappa (Mom) & Younger Brother Appanna Ponnappa (Indian Badminton Player Ashwini Ponnappa Family Pics)

Indian Badminton Player Ashwini Ponnappa Parents Father MA Ponnappa (Dad) & Mother Cauvery Ponnappa (Mom) (Indian Badminton Player Ashwini Ponnappa Family Pics)

Indian Badminton Player Ashwini Ponnappa Mother Cauvery Ponnappa (Mom) (Indian Badminton Player Ashwini Ponnappa Family Pics)

Indian Badminton Player Ashwini Ponnappa Parents Father MA Ponnappa (Dad), Mother Cauvery Ponnappa (Mom) & Younger Brother Appanna Ponnappa (Indian Badminton Player Ashwini Ponnappa Family Pics)

Her father, MA Ponnappa, was an exponent in hockey, having represented Karnataka in eight Nationals between 1974 and 1986. He even had a brief foray internationally as a stellar midfielder for Italian club Eur in the European hockey circuit.

In 2001, Ashwini Ponnappa won the Indian junior championships. She won the gold medal at the South Asian Games held in 2006. In the 2010 Commonwealth Games, she won the gold medal in Women's Doubles event pairing with Jwala Gutta. At London Olympics, pairing Jwala Gutta she lost her opening match in the women's double competition to the Japanese duo Reika Kakiiwa and Mizuki Fujii in three sets. She won her next doubles match against the Chinese Taipei pair of Cheng and Chien in three sets with the scorelines reading 25-23, 14-21, 21-18.

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